Brit beautician, 44, missing in Jamaica for eight days as police arrest suspect and plan dig in search for body

A BRIT beautician has been missing in Jamaica for eight days and police have now arrested a suspect in relation to her disappearance.

Karen Cleary, 44, from Islington, North London, was last seen at around 9pm local time on November 25 in the area of Boscobel, St Mary’s.

Karen Clearly went to Jamaica to build her dream home but has been missing for eight days
Karen Clearly went to Jamaica to build her dream home but has been missing for eight days
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Her partner Andy Kane, 56, has revealed rumours that she was with some “friends” and heading to Portmore in a black SUV.

But since she usually speaks to him and her mum on a daily basis, Andy has said thi sis “totally out of character for her”.

As police plan to dig her garden, hoping to find her body, he has expressed fears that it “may not end well”.

In his latest update on her disappearance, Andy said: “I have heard from the local Police, they are holding a ‘Prime Suspect’ in the case of Karen Cleary disappearance.

Karen's partner Alan Kane has flown to Jamaica to assist the investigation
Karen’s partner Alan Kane has flown to Jamaica to assist the investigation
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Local sources have claimed Karen was with 'friends' on the night she went missing, and was set to travel to Portmore
Local sources have claimed Karen was with ‘friends’ on the night she went missing, and was set to travel to Portmore
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“They will be searching the property and surrounding area with a Canine team.

“As much as I hate to admit it I do not believe this is going to end well. I sincerely hope I am proved wrong.”

Karen, who was born in Jamaica but has lived here for 20 years, was building a dream home she could share with Andy.

Karen was born in Jamaica but has lived in London for the last 20 years
Karen was born in Jamaica but has lived in London for the last 20 years
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The arrested suspect has been described as a labourer who was working on her home.

He told Mail Online: “She is always very cautious where she went and who she messed with as she understands the dangers in Jamaica.

“She would never go eight days without contacting her family and loved ones.”

In earlier Facebook updates, Andy explained that he had logged into her Facebook account in a bid to try and speak to the last people she messaged.

He added: “Thank you everybody for your concern and for sharing this post. Sorry if i have not answered everyones messages, I have been overwhelmed.

“I will keep this post updated with any news or updates. Again thank you.”


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